Is the secret out? Spring must be arriving as if you have noticed there are more Foodie things happening.
I just picked up Edible Phoenix a magazine about Phoenix foodies. Chef Gwen does write for them, of whom I met at the Farmer to Chef Day a few months back. She told me, she writes however she didn’t tell me that she cooks too!
So, the secret is out – Supper Clubs, otherwise known as underground dining. I think this is terrific and it goes along well with the Underground Forage idea that I heard about that was happening in San Francisco. I haven’t been, however they have been so successful that they now have two markets. One on the East and West side.
Did you read about how New York is allowing the Hot Dog licenses to expire and giving licenses to new Mobile Vendors like cupcakes, pretzels and different food vendors
Now Scottsdale Framers Market has a Mobile Food Court..every Friday for 11:00am to 1:00pm at the Phoenix Public Market. I was there the other night for dinner, they are open until 8:00pm and serve up soup & sandwiches. They only sell local produce and products.
Back to the Supper Club..they are underground, all involving food, friends and secret locations. It really started in 2001, Portland Oregon when Michael Hebb began organizing off-the-radar dinners and would-be diners had to be “in-the-know” to grab a seat at the table. The dinners are prepared and people would find out about these dinners through word of mouth. There are several in New York City, Austin, Tx, Atlanta, GA.
You can read the whole article in the “Edible Phoenix” magazine.
And don’t forget to support your local farmer and producer.
Now that I have wetted your appetite for these delicious dinners, join the Underground Forage and we’ll keep you posted.
Fairytale Brownies, have you ever had one or many? If you haven’t be sure to drop by and order their brownies. They’ve been in business for 18 years! I spoke to Eileen to see if we could do something together…we’ll see. I however need to do a few more things like get my nutritional labels done so we can start doing mail order. However, Sedona Pies is still collaborating with a couple of kitchens to get us up and running.
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